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    October 27, 2012
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. a car flipped over. now there is an investigation in to the shoot that led up to the crash. >> an arrest made in connection with a fire at the law offices of the vallejo mayor >> and the training exercise drawing people from around the world to right here. >> the news starts right now. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning. welcome to mornings on two. it's saturday october 27th. >> let's check in with rosemary for a quick look at what to expect. >> yes. good morning. its going to be a pleasant day. we are still waiting for the break of dawn but mostly clear
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skies. it's a cool saturday in some cases but not as much as yesterday. mostly sunny, mild to warm, on the flip side more wet weather on the way. it could come in time for halloween. >> following developing news out of san francisco right now. a woman is badly injured after a shooting and a car crash. >> reporter: it happened just before four this morning in city's western edition neighborhood. according to a detective a 30- year-old woman who was driving this car, you see flipped over -- that's now in the process of getting towed. she was shot four times and while on the way to the hospital she said she had been trying to park when she heard and felt the gun fire. police have been searching through the crime scene since early this morning marking shell casings and bullet holes. they say there were two shooters involve though they
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don't have any suspect descriptions. based on where all the shell casings are it seems to indicate that the shooters walked up to the car and opened fire. one of the detectives said they don't think it was a random attack. they suspect woman had a connection to the people who shot her. as far the woman's condition he is expected to survive. she was taken to the hospital and is having surgery and is in stable condition. this intersection -- let's take you back out live to see them towing this car just when we started this live shot the car was upside down. you heard the noise, the tow truck had chains and they just flipped it right side up. they are in the process of clearing the scene. the street is going do be closed for a little while as they investigate. live in san francisco. >> one person has been rushed to the hospital after being shot in the chest outside of a
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halloween party in haywood. it appeared last night. someone in a car opened fire outside the party which was being held at a warehouse. most of the guests were teens. >> based on the people that we came in contact, appears that most were juveniles or young adults, 17, 18. >> the victim's condition hasn't been released. >> overnight news firefighters put out a one alarm fire in oakland. it happened on 84th avenue and international that. fire burned a converted garage. nobody was hurt and the cause of the fire is now under investigation. police in vallejo say they have arrested a man in connection with three arsons including a fire at the law offices of the vallejo mayor. a 44-year-old maud love is a accused of setting the office on fire in september. police say he is also responsibility for the arsons at the taylor chapel and
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another building. >> i met him in the process of handling his mother's estate. >> davis said love tried to sue him at one point but the lawsuit was thrown out. the san francisco chronicle reports he has a history of mental illness. >> we are learning more about two teens arrested for the killing of a woman. want to show you the mug shot of the 18-year-old suspect. the other teen is a 16-year- old. the two are accused of strangling the 58-year-old inside her home last week. police say after the killing they set house on fire. investigators say they knew the victim's boyfriend was out of town and set out to just rob the home. police say they hid in the house -- in the yard for hours waiting for her to leave and after several hours got impatient and went inside. >> when they made the decision to go in the house they had
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made the decision to go kill her. >> a hearing was held for them yesterday. neither gave a plea. both are being tried as adults. >> authorities and swat teams around the world joined together this morning to participate in anti terrorism drills. urban shield's training started at five this morning and more than 30 swat teams and five bomb squads will practice their response to various situations such as hostage rescues and chemical sabotage. the law will check out a special surveillance drone. >> reminder for drivers in the east bay and south bay. the san mateo bridge is open but expect lane closures overnight. two lanes will be closed until nine tomorrow morning. westbound lane closure go into effect at 11, eastbound lanes at 12:01 a.m. >> the giants are taking their show out on the road.
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ryan will take to the mound in tonight's game three. the right hand ehas been the giant's most efficient starter in the post seasoning winning twice against the cardinals and allowing just one run in cincinnati. the tigers will start sanchez. the fire department at sfo sprayed water over the plane as it made its way to the runway and then went to detroit. now the city is planning on how to celebrate while the team is on the road. the mayor's office is working to show a potential series clincher as well as the possibility of one of those -- don't want to say the word but one of those big parties down market street. >> we are going to coordinate to pull something off quickly but we don't want want to jinx it. >> at&t are providing a truck for extra service. some thousand people watched as
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they won in texas two years ago and more than a million welcomed them home. our coverage of game three start this this afternoon at 3:30. of course you can watch that game right here. should be a good one. >> let's talk about weather. here and in detroit. you know rosemary is watching for us this morning. how is it looking? >> reporter: in detroit going to be partly cloudy. low to mid40s during game time and it'll continue to cool in to the evening. we have temperatures here at home on the cool side but not as cold as we were yesterday morning and a live look outside the doors. we have calm conditions, mostly clear skies, just a little bit of patchy fog over parts of the north bay. outside of that we have plenty of sun on the way. 50 degrees in santa rosa. 50 in concord.
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56 oakland. 50 livermore. areas near fairfield, n apa. we have just a light northerly flow. we have warmer air into the bay area and that will lead the temperatures to above seasonal norms after the afternoon. your satellite radar, ridge of high pressure pushing the storm track to the north. we have a good-looking weekend in store. for today the temperatures warming over yesterday by a few degrees. sunday looks to be the warmest day. up to 80 in the forecast for sunday and some of those numbers as well for today. low 08o's in some area was all that sun out there. i want to show you the forecast. as we run through the weekend but things start to change by tuesday. saturday, sunday no problem but now we are here into tuesday morning. notice the ridge. allowing the storm track to move farther south and into california by wednesday afternoon. we have rain in the forecast keeping in mind we have trick or treaters on wednesday.
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scattered showers in the forecast through thursday. a look at the afternoon highs, 80 for santa rose a79nevado. how about the east bay? 74 oakland. 73 san leandro. upper 07's danville. 79 livermore. in to the south bay a good- looking day. san jose 76. mid-70s for sunnyvale. 76 redwood city. 71 san francisco. 60s at the coast. 70s at santa cruz. going to be a beach day for the afternoon. there is your extended forecast. mild to warm today. eye little bit warmer tomorrow. on monday we are still looking good. partly cloudy and then the bigger pattern change will come tuesday. going to be out and about this afternoon i have your lunchtime numbers coming up. >> nice here but residents
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along the east coast are preparing for the strong gusty winds. those power outages and the flooding sandy could bring. how much damage sandy could cause. >> and guns for votes in what a store owner said he did to try to get more people to the polls and why he is changing those plans now. >> and a live look, that is the approach to the bay bridge. no big problems right now. time is 7:10. çsk
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. isn't that a beautiful shot in here comes the sun officially at 7:41. mount diablo mostly clear skies over the bay area. >> the storm out in the atlantic was just upgraded to a hurricane this morning and it poses a serious threat for the east coast early next week. it passed through south
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florida, knocked down trees and power lines. it's expected to hit two other weather systems when it hits the east coast creating a monster storm movement people are preparing for the worst with hurricane sandy. experts say the storm could be stronger than irene which cause more than $15 million in damage last year. strong wind from the hurricane could be health 100 miles -- be felt 100 miles away. >> going to be high winds and rain what we expect so you don't want debris around the house. travel plans should be changed. >> winds are reported to be up to 75-miles an hour. the hurricane was down graded to a tropical storm but was then upgraded again. it has gained strength. >> who knows where it'll make landfall. for more on the path let's check in with rosemary. >> good morning to you.
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giving you a look at sandy. it's churning off the carolina coast. it'll run parallel through the weekend. normally it would continue this track but we have a pattern blocking it from moving this direction so it's expected to swing west in the coming days. this is the second system that's going to bring it real trouble. we have a cold system, a warm system and the two colliding are going to be major impacts to areas along the east coast and seaboard. we have a forecast here that runs, it looks like between washington and new york. the weather will start to fall apart tomorrow but monday into tuesday is when it'll peak and we are talking several inches of rain. seven to ten inches in some cases. a strong storm surge could knock over trees and power lines. that could be out of power for millions we are talking for days. its going to be quite a mess and we will track it for you. >> the united states navy is
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also taking every precaution for hurricane sandy starting yesterday afternoon 26 ships were ordered to sail from the norfolk area out to sea away from the storm's path. sailors at port have also been sandbagging to try to protect the base. romney has canceled his trip to virginia beach. he has scheduled two campaigns today in florida. the president's campaign had no plans to cancel his trips to new hampshire today. he did move up a planned trip to orlando though on sunday. >> the president devoted his weekly video address to a consumer watch dog he helped create to protect people's credit scores. >> the companies that put your credit score together can make mistakes. they may think you had a loan or a credit card that wasn't
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yours. they may think you were late making a pavement when you were on time. when they mess up you suffer. >> the president said if you have a complaint about your credit score you can tell the group about it at consumer finance.gov. >> new software will let americans americans overseas to vote. they fill it out online and send it back to the united states by traditional mail or by e-mail. >> it's very important to be able to vote from here. i have been doing it for the past ten years and it's always been difficult and now it's getting easier and with the system we have used that we developed it's easy >> the company said it's developed technology for elections in france, great britain, india and australia.
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maricopa made a costly printing mistake on election material telling spanish speaking voters the wrong date. about 2,000 shout date of the upcoming election at november 8th instead of the 6th. the county addressed the problem yesterday with state latino leaders. the department will spend 30,000 printing new flyers and buying ads on spanish language tv and radio stations telling voters of the mistake. >> and i feel very badly that it was made. we have to do something to solve that. we have a few days left. >> officials say printing the wrong date waa mistake, not on purpose and an investigation into how it happened is underway. >> eight billboards in the atlanta area that offer voters a chance to win a gun are raising eyebrows. they say anyone who shows up at
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a outdoor store with a voting sticker will be put in a raffle but officials say that's illegal. >> everybody needs to talk and learn and be informed. >> the gun store owner who put up the billboards said he just wanted to get gun owners involved but after being contacted by election officials he said anyone who owns a gun can enter the contest regardless of if they voted. >> police in southern california have released the name of the suspect arrested in a deadly shooting spree. jade douglas harris was arrested and booked there to jail. police say harris went into a business wednesday to buy a camaro listed on craigslist. when he arrived he pulled out a gun and started firing. three people were killed and two were hurt. a 20-year-old has been convicted in the murder of a
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musician. prosecutors say he mistook the man for a rival gang member and shot him back on january of 2010. he was a base player for lauren hill. the suspect was also convicted of killing a elementary schoolteacher last year. >> more than 3.6 million social security numbers may have been compromised. officials say an international hacker may have also accessed 387,000 credit and debit card numbers after compromising the serv er for the south carolina department of revenue. police say someone lit four vans on fire about 50 miles east of the east bay. it happened early thursday morning at east union high school. three of them blew up. all of them were destroyed. police say it looks like someone put rags in the gas tank and lit them on fire causing $100,000 of damage.
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>> a dallas promotions company that claims to have paid lance armstrong big bonuses wants the money back. a spokesman said it'll send armstrong a letter on money demanding he pay back $7 million in bonuses for winning the tour defrance. the national hockey league has canceled all games through november so no matter when they come to an agreement a full season will not be played. it's another hit to san jose. the sharks have lost 21 games to the lock out, 11 of them home games. many businesses and the city rely on game days to generate revenue. >> you may have noticed those special cameras being used during the world series. they allow for the images to be played back in amazing slow motion. for the world series there are
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five of them. the system was tested during the national league championship series. >> the slow motion makes things slow and dramatic. everything seems like a movie when it's in slow motion and that seems to draw your attention. >> a normal camera shoots 60 frames a second. the special ones shoot 18, 500 frames per second in high definition. >> they are cool. you can tell a different part of the story when you slow it down. halloween is just days away and shoppers are rushing to gear up for the holiday. the crowds and the celebration that have already started. >> warmer air coming in in time for your weekend. a look at your current conditions coming up.
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. on day away until halloween and haunted houses are busy.
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at the spirit halloween store shoppers rushing to get the costumes. one boy said with it being so close everything starts selling out. in downtown campbell trick or treat treaters came out to the event. >> what are you? >> [inaudible]. >> yeah. >> yeah. >> what are mommy and daddy? >> chips. >> reporter: one of the most popular costume this year appears to be big bird. if you are looking for something to do in the spirit of halloween the san francisco and oakland zoos holding their boo ata the zoo event. there will be trick or treat stations throughout the zoo, a costume parade, spooky stories, crafts and a little face painting. the event starts at ten today
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and tomorrow in both locations. >> 7:24. you know how we know that halloween is coming? rain. always in the forecast. what is going on? . you have to just hold it back for a couple days. >> the first half of october usually we have at least a heat spell or two and then by the second half of the month we see that turn. we do have the possibility of rain in the forecast for halloween. right now calm conditions outside the door. mostly clear skies, little bit of patchy fog. widespread upper 40s to low other's. few degrees warmer than yesterday. we have nice weather on the way. take a look at lunchtime numbers, upper 60s to low 70's. if you are going to boo at the zoo it'll be a mild and pleasant afternoon and the morning will shape up well. by ten the zoo opens and you should be feeling good already. 74 in oakland for the
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afternoon. mid70's fremont. 76 san jose. a few areas touching 80. concord, santa rosa. mostly sunny, even at the beaches this morning, mostly clear. mid to upper 60's at the beaches. a nice day to head that direction. monday and tuesday we start to see that change and the rain looks to arrive by wednesday afternoon. scattered showers in the forecast could linger through thursday. i will bring you the latest on that forecast model coming up. >> santa ana winds being blamed for kicking up several small brush fires. the fire burned 342 acres close to interstate 15 near fontana before firefighters knocked it down. an acre burned in the santa monica mountains, another burned two acres in eastern san diego. the wind's have been a factor in many of the worst fires. >> big scare at a richmond
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homecoming dance. >> and violence in san francisco. how a woman who said she was trying to park her car ended up in the hospital with multiple gun shot wounds. >> and why people on treasure island are being asked to boil their tap water.
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. a car flips over after a shooting. the investigation nointedway at this hour. good morning. welcome back to the news. >> a woman was badly hurt in that strange incident. allie is live at the scene with more on what she was doing. >> reporter: looks like investigators have made a lot of progress. this is in the western edition neighborhood. up until 30 minutes ago that white car was completely upside down after a shooting happened that -- the driver crashed. the car flipped. half an hour ago that tow truck, we heard a loud crash, they pulled it up right and now firefighters have been called out to lay out sand and clean up some of the oil and fluids in this car that spilled out during the tow process. this is what the scene looked like earlier this morning.
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a 30-year-old woman who had been driving car was shot around 4:00. police detective here at the scene said the woman said she was trying to park when she heard and felt bullets. she crashed her car right after she was shot. she was hit four timessa coring to the detective and she is in stable condition and having surgery. she is expected to live. investigators said through the scene marking shell casings and bullet holes there. were two shooters and based on where the casings were it seems to indicate that the shooter walked up to the car -- the shooters walked up and opened fire. the detective here said they don't think this was a random attack. police suspect the woman has some sort of connection to the people who shot her though they don't know what it is or what the motive may have been. one positive thing about the crime scene out here, investigators said there are a number of surveillance cameras attached to some of the apartments right here on the
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intersection where it happened. they are hoping that video may give them a picture of the shooters. some sort of get away car or a clue to help them with this investigation. live in san francisco. >> police in oakland also responded to two shootings over night. the most recent one happened just before 12:30 on allendale. police say two groups of people got into a shoot out firing as many as 30 times at each other. two people were taken to the hospital. so far no arrests have been made and police say witnesses are not cooperating. about 45 minutes earlier another person was hit by gun fire. an armed man was seen driving away from that seen. the victim was taken to the hospital with nonlife threatening wounds. the chp will join oakland police to help patrol the streets of oakland as soon as thursday. >> we will go out and it's always if you have a high
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profile visibility is more of a reduction or also -- likelihood of crime not happening. >> oakland police and the highway patrol announced it kid. the chp said they will have officers work overtime to help patrol. they teamed up before from 2007 to 2010 as part of a gang reduction task force. >> there was a big scare during the homecoming dance in richmond. that school was locked down after shot was fired a block away. the shotting followed an altercation between two groups of teens. nobody was hurt. that lockdown lasted 30 minutes. a 3-year-old in san diego is recovering this morning after being struck by a stun gun. it happened yesterday when officers were chasing a shoplifting suspect in a busy mall parking lot. when officers tried to tas er the suspect one of the barbs
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hit the child. >> thousands of people packed a sacramento area church to remember a mother and her two children allegedly killed by a family member. 5,000 people attend the memorial yesterday for the 23- year-old. her 3-year-old daughter and 2- year-old son. prosecutors say her brother-in- law stabbed them to death and the motive is under investigation. prosecutors have not decided whether to seek the death penalty. we are learning more this morning about a nanny accused of stabbing two children to death on new york city's upper westside. the times reports that nanny had run into financial problems in the last year. that forced her to move in with her sister in harlem. people who knew her said she got increasingly withdrawn in recent months and avoided eye contact. >> she is a citizen. she has been employed by the family for approximately two
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years. she was referred to them by another family. >> the children's mother found the children thursday night in a bathtub. they moved to new york from san francisco about two years ago after kevin left his job at yahoo. >> police in campbell say they have caught a suspected serial bank robber because of a viewer. police say a tip led them to the 43-year-old. investigators say he is the same man seen in these pictures a bank surveillance camera. police say they have evidence linking him to six robberies done in santa clara in the past two months. they call him the beanie bandit. no happening now people who live on treasure island are boeing told to boil their tap water after a water main break. drinking nonboiled water could lead to illness. water service is expected to be restored soon. people who live on the other
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islands aren't affected. >> two wins from the second world series what a party it would be approximate. fred traveled to detroit and is live on the phone. ryan, what a trip, what a -- what a big game. what do you expect? >> reporter: just more of the same. good morning. you know -- he has been the best pitcher in postseason right now. when you realize as you said the story that he -- the maturing the development of this guy. most of it has been mental. you look at him when he is pitching, he is -- he is drill a hole -- just by his eyes. he is so focused right now and in control of what he wants to do on the mound. he has a great presence out there. you know -- this is setting up just so perfectly for the giants that it's scary. you think they are going to play their -- play their third
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game with their two best pitchers in games three and four. it's pretty cool. >> it is, they are in control up 2-0. they are moving from the park to an al park. new rules. we will talk about dl. i know out here everybody is talking about sandoval. do you think that choice would work for the giants? >> reporter: yeah. i think that's a no brainer. i think that's what is going to happen. i think joaquin will play third base and pablo will practice his swing and hit four or five times. he is batting 714. this guy is incredible. he is obviously the offensive story for them right now. the other story is they are able to score with no outs. by making outs i mean. it's incredible. i think he will be the dh.
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>> know we have ill a morning. we will call you in about an hour or so as well as in the 9:00 hour. we have more to talk about especially -- have you seen any giant fans, we will give you a buzz in just a bit. thank you for talking to us. >> all right. 7:37. lot of people glued to their sets watch that game. the coverage starts at 3:30. >> pitchers need to grab the ball and get the grips. >> 40e. it's going to be a cold one. partly cloudy, no rain in the forecast. a slim chance but that seems to be dwindling. a cool start but we will warm up a warm weather weekend in store for you. giving you a live look outside the doors and if you look there in the distance you have the city of san francisco just a little bit of patchy fog, good air quality in the forecast, just a nice fall weekend.
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let's go back and talk about the world serious. 42 degrees. partly cloudy skies, wind from the north to ten miles an hour. here at home we have a ridge of high pressure and that again is bringing us warmer weather. we have dry conditions in the forecast for the weekend. highs will be warm anywhere from three to five degrees above the average for this time of year. this ridge pushing in to california is going to push that stream of moisture to the north. month rain in sight for the weekend. it's coming back, i will show you that. 48 in fairfield. 54 haywood. over the north bay so a little cool if you are getting up early this morning, kids will need the extra layer. by ten feeling good and by the afternoon upper 70's, low 80s in the forecast. 79nevado. 77 san rafael. 74 richmond.
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in to the east bay 71 san leandro. 78 for danville. upper 70s to near 80 loss gatos. 80 morgan hill. 76 santa cruz. 76 redwood city. mid-70s san mateo. 71 san francisco. upper 60's along the coast with mostly clear skies, want to fast forward into wednesday because a big day on wednesday. we have the trick or treaters, the possibility of a world series game game. rain starts shifting south by seven or so. it'll continue through the evening. that's a few days. we will track that. keeping in mind that possibility of rain coming on halloween wednesday. maybe get the kids out for the parade today and let them dress up. giving you a weekend view we have temperatures in the upper 70's and low 80's. still a good day tuesday into
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wednesday. the bigger chance on wednesday. >> some resorts open for business and that has many heading toward the mountains. orioles opened yesterday and it said numbers are higher than expected. storm moved through earlier this week dumping enough snow to start snow making operations. boreal will be open again today and tomorrow and then will decide whethero not the conditions are good enough to stay open for next week. >> more chipmunks test positive for the plague . >> and update on a bay area girl bullied online. where her case is headed and the bullying audit now underway for the first time in california schools. >> and first outside to a live look at the golden gate bridge. things moving along fine. an united states 101 northbound, apparently an suv
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overturned. fire is on scene but blocking several lanes. the three and four lanes blocked. looks like it'll be a while. we will keep you updated.
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. good morning to you. the sun is shining across the area. a live look from san rafael toward san francisco. upper 40s to upper 50's. >> a teen girl suffered
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critical injuries in a double shooting in san francisco's bayview district. the girl and a man were shot around nine last night. they were taken to the hospital. police say the man's injuries aren't life threatening. nobody has been arrested. classmates and friends mourning the death of a girl found dead along the coast. the 16-year-old was considered a run away when she was reported missing last month. she ran away they say back in april. her body was found sunday at the beach. she was a senior at albany high school where she is being remembered as a star student. >> she tutored me last year in chemistry and was really helpful. i didn't know anything and she was helping me. >> a facebook page has been create in her memory. the coroner said it'll take about two weeks to confirm how she died but there are no signs of foul play. >> for the first time an audit
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addressing bullying is underway but though results won't be done for months. it is the first of it's kind. it looks at how well schools and districts putting in new laws. >> to see physical teachers even know what the laws are, know what the rules and talk to students and parents to see if they understand what their rights are. >> in the meantime the mother of the girl being beat then this video in april said her daughter is still recovering. she is trying to gather signatures for a petition to take to congress. . >> two more chipmuntk in south lake tahoe have tested positive
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for the plague. officials are telling people to use caution while at tahoe area parks. rangers are posting signs. employees at the massachusetts pharmacy tied to the meningitis outbreak flew there was contamination but did nothing. the fda went through the new england compounding center's records and found four reports of potential contamination stretching back to january. injections have been tied to an outbreak of meningitis. 25 people have died and 300 have gotten sick. >> two men have been identified as the victims of a deadly plane crash. officials say the 57-year-old and 56-year-old died when a mean plane went down near byron. >> several people were killed
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in iraq today in the middle of celebration operations for a major muslim holiday. a roadside bomb north of baghdad killed five pilgrims heading to a shrine. the government broke into the homes of two families killing a boy and his parents. thousands of muslims celebrated the holiday at the santa clara county fairgrounds. the religious holiday honors the prophet abraham. many who attended said it was a time to reconnect with family and for prayer. >> sometimes you get lost. you kind of like lost touch with your culture or heritage. some of the times where you get to -- get in touch with your roots. >> events to mark the holiday were held at fremont's central park. >> the head of the california
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crowded prison system said he will step down for a new position. he said he will be the executive director of the california state association of counties. a year ago he signed a law to reduce the inmate population to try to save money. >> east bay city two days from away from enforcing new rules to designed to end indecent activity at massage parlors. city officials met with legal therapists yesterday to talk about new rules. the regulations after police found prostitution at several businesses. >> it would turn your stomach to see what was going on. >> i'm glad that the police department is enforcing this. >> police say undercover officers were offered more than masages. they found the parlors
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customers included sex offenders. businesses that don't follow the new rules could be shut down. >> the mayor of oakland is weighing in on a ktvu investigation into questionable spend spending by port of oakland officials. the mayor said she believes the commission officials she nominated will change the culture. that after an investigation showed the marketing manager spent $550 on a business meeting at a karoke bar known for offering a love connection. >> i texted howard jordon when i saw the report and we will look into it. >> an investigation also found the officials spend $4,500 at a houston strip club and other questionable expenses. >> harry reid is out of the hospital after a car crash. want to show you the shots of the crash that happened yesterday. officials from the nevada senator's office said he had minor injuries. he was taken to the hospital as
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a precaution. troopers say his vehicle was rear-ended in a chain reaction crash involving six other vehicles including two patrol cars. >> seems like there is an app for everything but what about one that delivers beer to your door? >> and the world series is not over yet. the city of san francisco already considers itself a winner. how the chamber of commerce said its benefiting from the spotlight. >> outside mostly clear, cool, calm, with pleasant weather on the way for the afternoon. a look at those numbers coming up.
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. these days there is an app for everything and now there is one that will deliver beer to your door. that is a convenience that's causing controversy. the texas based creator said it's in response to consumer demand to make purchases on
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mobile devices but some say it could be a problem for people with subdance abuse problems. >> one may think it means lysodrening and driving but it's more isolation and then the ability for people who are potentially underage to access alcohol we don't want that. >> online retailers also make home deliveries of beer and wine. >> the new and improved apple store will open this morning in palo alto. the building just a couple block away from its previous location. you can expect to see new product displays, more training workshop secs sections and a larger genius bar. the first one thousand people will get t-shirts. one version of the i-pad mini has sold out. the white model sold out minutes after preorders started. this means shipping will be delayed by two weeks.
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the black one is still available for preorder and is expected to ship by november 2nd. the same day it'll arrive in stores. >> with the city in the world series spotlight people from all over may decide to pay san francisco a visit. millions of viewers have been treat beauty shots, the chamber of commerce expects for visitors, tourists spent $8.5 billion and one poll found 98% of them want to come back. it's definitely orange october. city hall, the ferry building. are all orange. special lights, lenses and filters give them their orange glow at night. the bill graham civic -- and a lot of work goes into changing the towers colors. >> about 40 lights up there. different sized lenses, some shoot farther to get up farther. some are closer to get the
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bottom. >> i just love that. it puts extra power to keep lights going. other notable buildings will be lit in giant's orange at night at least through the month of october. >> the golden gate area is turning the big 40 today. the park stretches more than 80,000 acres, drawing 14.5 million visitors every year. conservationists fought to create it. today's event will honor the founders and their families and future special exhibits in the visitor's center. happy birthday. good place to hang out. >> its going to be a really nice weekend. looks for the next few days to be outdoor plans. >> yeah. i think the weekend is probably the nice time to actually get out and enjoy the festivals going on. harvest festivals, we have nice
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weather outside the door. mostly clear skies, little cool. calm conditions. light breeze in season jose. 47 san jose. 50 in livermore. 48 in napa. 50 santa rose a. the sun is up and we will begin to see a turn around. 80 santa rosa for the afternoon. 77 san rafael. 74 berkeley. low 70's this afternoon. these numbers a few degrees. 76 mountain view. the extended -- forecast just a good-looking weekend. tomorrow a tad warmer before we begin the cooldown on wednesday. more notable change. more clouds in the forecast. a chance. . >> a woman is hurt after a shooting and a car crash.
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what police are saying about the attack. >> and disaster drills happening today. the controversial piece of equipment.
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. a woman is badly hurt after a shooting and car crash in san francisco.
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what police are saying abhijit the nature of the attack. >> sandy was down grad graded to a tropical storm but is back to hurricane strength. >> and the world series has moved to detroit. with the giants leading two games to nothing with san francisco city officials are doing while the team is gone. >> complete bay area news cover continues. this is mornings on 2. >> welcome to mornings on two. >> good morning. let's get over to rosemary with a look at that weekend forecast. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. if you like sun and 70s you will have no complaints about today. we have a mild to warm forecast for the afternoon. mostly clear, a little cool this morning. then as we get a little closer to halloween and into halloween day we have a chance for rain. i will show you the timeline on that rain. i have your numbers for today coming up. >> we have tracking overnight
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news in san francisco's western edition neighborhood where a woman was hurt. . >> it happened on ellis. . >> reporter: and crashed into this car after she he was shot -- she was shot and her car flipped upside down. it happened around four on. the woman said she was trying to park on the street when she heard and felt bullets. she was hit four times. she is in stable condition and under going surgery this morning. meanwhile investigators spent the morning searching through the scene marking shell casings and bullet holes there.
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were two shooters involved. based on where the shell casings were it seems to indicate that they walked up to the vehicle and opened fire. the detective here said they don't think this was a random attack. police suspect that the woman had a connection to the people who shot her though at this point investigators don't know what that connection is or what the motive may have been for this shooting. one thing to mention about this particular crime scene in this area is there are a number of cameras. we take you back out live you can see one in the distance. right next to a parking garage. it's next to this crime scene where this shooting happened. investigators are hoping video could provide a picture. some sort of clue to help investigators solve this shooting. live in san francisco. ktvu. >> one person has been rushed to the hospital after being shot in the chest. right outside a halloween party in haywood. happened around 11:00. police say someone in a car
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opened fire outside the party which was being held at a warehouse. officers say most of the guests at the party were teens. >> base based on the people we came in contact appears the majority were juveniles, 17 or 18. >> the victim's condition hasn't been released. >> firefighters work to put out a one alarm fire overnight. it happened on 84th and international just before 11. nobody was hurt and no word on how it was started. that fire is still under investigation. >> we are learning more about the two teens arrested for the killing of a castro valley woman. this is the mug shot of the 18- year-old. the other teen is a 16-year- old. the two are accused of strangling a 58-year-old woman inside her home last week. police say after the killing the teens set the house on
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fire. investigators say the two knew the victims boyfriend was out of town and first set out to rob the house. they hid in the yard for hours waiting for her to leave got impatient and went inside. >> when they made the decision to go inside it was to go in and kill her. >> a hearing was held yesterday for them. neither entered a plea. >> police in vallejo say they have arrested a man in connection with three arsons. maud love is a ceus of setting the mayor's law office on fire back on december 29th. he is also responsible for arsons at the taylor chap el. davis said he met love when his firm considered probate for love's mother. >> i met him in the process of handling his mother's estate.
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>> davis said love tried to sue him but the lawsuit was thrown out. the paper reports he has a history of mental illness. >> law and tactical teams around the world are responding this morning to disaster drills throughout the east bay. the training started at five. more than 30 swat teams and five bomb squads will practice their response to situations like hostage rescue and chemical sabotage. the sheriff's department will check out a special surveillance drone they are looking to possibly buy. >> the giants are taking their show on the road. ryan will take the mound in tonight's game three at detroit's park. he has been their most effective starter in this postseason winning twice against the cardinals and allowing just one run in cincinnati. the tigers will start sanchez. ? the fire department, check this automatic. they put water over the plane as it left. now the city is planning on how
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to celebrate. the mayor's office is working with the baseball to show the game just like they did back in 2010. there is also the possibility of a big party moving along market street. >> we are are going to coordinate as a city to pull something off but nobody wants to talk about it because we don't want to jinx it. >> at&t is providing a truck for extra cell phone service in case large groups of people get together. some 7,000 watched outside of city hall as the giants won the world series in texas two years ago. more than a million people welcomed them home. our coverage starts this afternoon at 3:30 following college football. the first pitch is set for 5:07 here on ktvu. >> just hours ago the national weather service downgraded sandy to a storm but it has regained strength and reached hurricane status once again. sandy knocked down trees and power lines as it passed
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through florida. it's moving fast. the carolina's already feeling effects from the storm. sandy is expected to hit two other weather system when is it hits the east coast creating a monster storm. people up and down the east coast are preparing for the worse with the hurricane sandy. experts say the storm could be stronger than irene which caused a 15 million-dollar damage assessment. airports are letting people reschedule. several governors have declared a state of emergency. >> high winds and rain what we expect. you don't want debris around the house. travel plans should be adjusted. >> winds are reported to be up to 75-miles an hour. sandy killed 30 people in the caribbean. >> good morning to you. mostly clear skies over the bay
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area this morning. you can see the bay bridge, the east bay in the distance and pleasant weather in the forecast for the weekend. i want to go back to the east coast for a moment because we are tracking sandy taking a look at where it is off the coastline but you can see the carolina's being hammered. they have wind gusts about 25 miles an hour. moderate rainfalling. sandy winds 75-miles an hour, northeasterly track at about nine miles an hour. here it is, closer view and a still shot for you to see just how far inland it is. it'll remain along the coastline. it'll run parallel through the weekend but it'll eventually turn west and make landfall between new york and washington dc. bad news here. this cold core is system as the two hit we are looking at a pretty big mega storm. that will be the big issue. sandy you can seat projection here continues -- it's northeast trek and then swings west. we have a system, a pattern out
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over the atlantic that's preventing it from going on it's northeast trek. it'll instead swing this direction by monday night this to tuesday morning. we will track that for you. let's come back home. ridge of high pressure, we have nice weather on the way in store for your weekend. friday felt good, if you like again the 70's we are feeling fine into saturday with sunday being the warmer day. take a look at forecast getting through the weekend. no problem. things are going to change and it'll come in time for halloween. tuesday morning the rain, shift beginning to move closer to california. perhaps the northwest corner of california getting light rain on tuesday. by wednesday it's going into the bay area wednesday night this to thursday. scattered showers now in the forecast. we are still a few days out. it could speed up, slow down, take a different direction. we will track that for you. 51 concord right now. 48napa. 57 san francisco. getting outside this morning a
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little cooler but temperatures warm up pretty good into the afternoon. by ten feeling good. widespread 70's to low 80's 76 redwood. 71 san francisco. the extend forecast slightly warmer for sunday. looking good into work on monday. temperatures start to fall the clouds move back in tuesday in it wednesday with that chance for rain. a look at lunch coming up. >> two people were hurt in a serious accident overnight. it happened around one near the sir francis drake on-ramp. the driver went across all lanes of the freeway and then hit a concrete barrier on the right shoulder. the driver and a passenger were trapped until emergency responders arrived. the passenger has major injuries. live look at the bridge where traffic is moving fine. we want to let you know that the alert we told you about earlier has now been canceled.
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northbound 101 and mountain view had lanes blocked but that area is now clear . let's go to the san mateo bridge. you can see crews working there. the bridge is open this weekend. they got enough work done to make sure it was open this weekend but there will be lane closures, two westbound lanes close from 11 to nine. two eastbound lanes will close at 12:01. >> some officials want a video released from the libya attack that killed chris stevens. why some senators want the public to see it. >> and mistake on a arizona election booklet affecting a specific set of voters. the big ad campaign underway to try to make sure they show up on election day.
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. good morning, a live look at the blue sykes, plenty of sun on tap. we have upper 40s to upper 50s in the forecast outside your door. >> more than 3.6 million social security numbers may have been compromised in a massive data breach in south carolina. an international hacker may have accessed 387,000 credit and debit card numbers after compromising a servor for the department of revenue. all but 16,000 of the card numbers were encrypted. >> police have released the name of a suspect in a deadly
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shooting spree. the 30-year-old jay douglas harris was booked into jail last night. . police say he went into a business wednesday to buy a camaro on craigslist. when he arrived he pulled out a gun, demanded keys and started fires. three were killed. a 20-year-old has been convicted in the murder of a musician. prosecutors the victim was mistaken for a rival gang member. he was a base player for lauren hill. the suspect was convicted also in the killing of a schoolteacher last year. >> new software will allow americans overseas to cast electronic ballots in the election. a technology company in spain said its software will let ballots be sent electronicly to citizens overseas. voters filled it out online and then send it to a united states
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territory by mail or e-mail approximate. >> it's very important to be able to vote from here. i have been doing it for the past ten years or so and it's always been difficult and now it's getting easier. it's quite easy >> the company has created technology for elections in france, is and other countries. maricopa county officials made a big mistake on election material telling spanish speaking voters the wrong date for the election. about 2,000 book marks and mailers show the date of the election as november 8th instead of the 6 president. officials addressed it yesterday with state latino leaders. the department will spend $30,000 printing new flyersers. >> i feel very badly that it
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was made. we have to do something to solve that. we have a few days left. >> the officials say that printing the wrong date was a mistake, not on purpose and an investigation as to how it happened is underway. >> 11 people have been arrested on suspicious of terrorist attacks. police say they got a number of bombs and ammunition. it's not clear how far plans had advanced. a al-qaeda leader is urging muslims to kidnap westenner. he said that kidnapping them is the only way to free jihadist's captives. senators demanding the white house release video of
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the attack that killed chris stevens. they believe the obama administration isn't telling the truth about what happened. the administration has rejected a claim that it failed to swiftly send help. >> federal officials say employees at the massachusetts pharmacy tied to the meningitis outbreak knew that there was contamination but didn't investigate or correct the problem. the fda went through the  compounding center's records and found four dozen reports of potential contamination stretching back to january. steriod injections made by the pharmacy have been tied to the outbreak. 25 people have died and more than 300 have gotten sick. two more chip munks have tested positive for the plague. 38 so far and three squirrels have tested positive. the first case of was found earlier this month, health officials are telling visitors to use caution while at tahoe
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area parks. rangers are also posting signs in the affected areas. >> city group has fired two analysts for leaking research on facebook before it's ipo. a security regulator in massachusetts said the city broke the law by sending research to tech crunch.com before facebook went public in may . man who claims he is owed a 50% stake in facebook has been arrested for fraud. he made up a claim that he was promised half interest in facebook and made up evidence to support that claim. he is now facing up to 40 years in jail. >> a dallas promotions company that claims to have paid lance armstrong bonuses now wants that money back. they said that they will send armstrong a letter on monday demanding that he pay back more
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than $7 million in bonuses for winning the tour de france. the company officials say now that those titles have been removed they want the money back. >> the nhl has canceled all games through november meaning no matter when the unions come to an agreement a full season of games will not be played. it's another hit to san jose. the sharks have lost 21 games because of the lock out. 11 were home games and many businesses and the city of san jose rely on those game days to generate revenue. >> you may have noticed those special cameras being used during the world series broadcast. they let for images to be played back in amazing slow motion. the world series there are five of the cameras at at&t park and in detroit. the system was tested during the national league championship series. >> the slow motion makes things slow and dramatic.
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everything seems like a movie when it's in slow motion. that seems to really draw your attention to the emotion. >> a normal camera shoots of 0 frames per second these shoot as high as 18, 500 frames a second in high definition. >> amazing. >> several brush fires burning in southern california this morning. what's been fanning them. >> seasonal temperatures in store for your weekend. under mostly sunny skies a i look at what you can expect coming up. on your prepaid card?
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. this year the fire burned 330 acres before firefighters were able to knock them down. an acre burned in the santa monica mountains. another burned two acres in eastern san diego. the wind's have been a factor in many of the worst fires. >> boreal opened yesterday and it said attendance numbers were higher than expected. a storm moved through earlier this week dumping enough snow to start snow making operations. they will be open today and tomorrow and then they will decide if the conditions are good enough to stay open for next week.
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>> i love skiing. >> i know. talking about it. >> like i'm leaving. i'm leaving. let's go over to rosemary who has a nice weekend forecast although i'm still -- i still have an issue with the rain in the week thing. if you can work on that for me. >> and maybe more snow more the sierra. we are talking a possibility of wet weather on halloween. we have a nice weekend though to talk about first giving you a look at what's happening, blue sykes over the area. calm conditions, cool conditions, temperatures are beginning to warm, upper 40s to -- a few area around the bay. game three of the world series. it'll be cold. a light breeze for the giants. forecast highs here at home 80 degrees santa rosa.
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71 san francisco. upper 70's for the east bay. 78 loss gatos. the extended forecast a good- looking weekend. mild to warm weather in the forecast for the afternoon. as we get into monday partly cloudy, mostly cloudy by tuesday and rain onto way in time for wednesday. temperatures sitting in the upper 60's low 70s for.afternoon, inland spots. the latest on that coming up. >> with halloween just around the corner haunted houses getting crowded trick or treaters are out, costume shops are packed. at the spirit halloween store shoppers rushing out to get costumes. in downtown campbell trick or treaters of all ages came out to the trick or treat event. >> what are you? >> [inaudible]. >> who are mom and dad?
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>> chips. >> i just love that. >> and one of the most popular costumes, it's big bird. >> the giants are halfway through their second series championship. we will talk to fred about what the giants will face in detroit tonight as they try to take that commanding lead in the fall classic. >> sandy moving closer to the east coast. how that storm is a effecting the presidential campaign.
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. the world series has moved to the motor series. ryan and the giants getting ready for game three against
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the tigers. welcome back. >> let's talk world series. ryan will be on the mound for the giants. lee try to follow up on the winning pitching performances of the game one and two starters. we do have a couple crews in detroit including fred. he joins us now live on the phone. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. beautiful, 45 degrees. >> balmy. let's talk ryan fred. obviously we know his come back story coming off that career high, nine strike outs in game six. what do you expect? >> reporter: more of the same. you know i think it's -- he is so tuned in right now that people talk to -- eventually the two big hitters the tigers, cabrera and fielder are going through a rut. i'm not so sure. the tigers do hit right handed
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pitchers better than left and they faced two in san francisco. ryan is very good against right handed hitters like cabrera and i think ryan is at the all time peak of his career. he is the best in the postseason so far. why not more of the same? the watsoni think it favors pitchers more than it favors hitters. that is even more of the same. >> let's talk act the pitchers the other side. when i'm watching these games they almost look like a lock of shock on the pitcher's. you have sanchez and he has done well against the giants. you think that will work in his favor? i mean i don't know if you agree. they look shell shocked sometimes. >> reporter: you know verlander i think was taken back by that crowd. obviously the crowd won't be progiants tonight. yeah, i think there was a
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factor there in san francisco. now sanchez, he hasn't pitched since october 14th. he has had a very good career. he is 3-1 with a 1.9 era and all that. he is very good against the giants but again, the giants seem to find a way to do things. we won't get a lot of hits, we will just play small ball, bunt, walk, move the man around. they find ways to make things work and i just talked to a friend of mine, fellow reporter and he thinks that sanchez, sanchez, the back up catcher will be the dh today. >> that's interesting. let me talk about -- i was out there yesterday at the park when the -- when the giants were leaving talked to fabian and he said we don't want a break. it's a bummer, the bats are hot, if you look at the numbers, you know you talk about each of the past 18 -- have gone onto win the whole thing.
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obviously everybody from larry to fabian was like we are just going to take it game by we are used to that come back thing. we know you can come back. how do you think that will play into -- the mentality of this team when they take the field today? >> reporter: you know -- the old thing is momentum is just that next day's pitcher. it could be that. if in fact -- the tigers are good offensive team. they hit right handed pitchers, better than left. they are at home. they may be little more used to this kind of weather. its going it be down into the low 30s by six or 7th inning. you know there is -- the dh now. the line up of the tigers is going to look different than the one it did in game one and two. now they have more speed because of the dh being out -- taken out of the out field. young, solid hitter, they will
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be younger, more aggressive and comfortable. they aren't going to give up. all of that reality but my word, there is no indication that -- the giants have won five in a row and i don't see -- i don't see this machine slowing down. i don't want to jinx them by saying it's a sweep. until the giants show me they -- [inaudible] i feel really confident for them. >> i say -- they are disciplined. not who wins two first but four first. >> reporter: yes. fundamentals. they are beating them in fundamentals. they have a better defense. they will continue to even with the new line up that you will see in the tigers tonight. they are just -- they are just a little better in most of the categories. they have more depth even. >> all right. okay. we look forward to talking to you. thank you for the inexcite let's talk about the coverage because game three coverage starts at 3:30.
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first pitch set for 5:07. >> with san francisco in the world series spotlight people from all over may decide to pay san francisco a visit. millions of television viewers have been treated to the beauty shots like this one here of the ballpark,. more tourists expected, they spent 8.5 billion here last year. 98% of visitors wanted to come back. it's orange october, city hall, all -- and the ferry building and the golden gate and -- of course are all orange. special lights, lenses and filters give them that orange glow at night and the bill graham civic coordinates is city hall. a lot of work goes into changing the colors. >> act 40 lights up there, different sized lenses, some shoot farther to get up farther. >> generator puts extra power to keep them going at the
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tower. the center, pyramid and other notable buildings will be lit in giant's orange at night at least through the month of october. >> happening now people who live on treasure island are being warned to boil their tap water after a water main break. drinking tap water that hasn't been boiled could lead to illness. the order is expected to be in effect until monday morning. people who live on the island though are not affected. >> police in oakland responded to two shootings overnight. the most recent happened just before 10:30 on allendale. police say two groups of people got into a shoot out firing as many as 30 times. two people were taken to the hospital with nonlife threatening injuries. no arrests have been made and police say witnesses are not cooperating. just about 45 minutes earlier another person was hit by gun fire. a man was seen driving away.
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no arrests have been made. the victim was transported to the hospital with nonlife threatening wounds. >> there was a big scare during the richmond homecoming dance. they were locked down after shots were fired a block away from campus. the shooting followed an altercation between two groups of teens, nobody was hurt . none of the suspects were students. >> police in campbell say they have caught a suspected serial bank robber because of a viewer. police say a tip from that viewer led them to 43-year-old -- the 43-year-old. he is the same man seen in these pictures. police say they have evidence linking limb to six robber -- linking him to six robberies. they say he didn't display a weapon, just gave a note. >> the navy is preparing for the worst with sandy. starting yesterday 26 ships were told to sail from norfolk out to sea. away from the storm's path.
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sailors back at the port have been sandbagging and making sure they have proper equipment to protect the base. >> the storm is also impacting the political world. romney canceled his trip to virginia beach. he still is scheduled to campaign in florida. the president's campaign had no plans to cancel his trips to new hampshire but he moved up a trip to orlando. the president devoted his weekly address to the consumer watch dog group he helped create in order to protect people's credit scores. >> companies that put your score together can make mistakes. they may think you had a loan or credit card that you didn't. they may think you were late making a payment when you were on time. when they mess up you are the one who suffers. >> the president said if you have a complaint about your credit score you can tell them
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about it. >> san francisco city college trustees have voted to return to teaching. it'll save them $2 million as it copes with a 15 million- dollar short fall. trustees voted to close a preschool and endosome summer hours at three other child care centers. the chp teaming up with oakland police to help patrol the streets of oakland. >> what we will do is go out and it's always if you have hike a high profile visibility is more of a reduction or also likelihood of crime not happening. >> oakland police say they made the announcement yesterday at a press conference saying the partnership could start as early as next thursday.
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they said they will have officers work overtime to help patrol. they teamed up before. >> good morning. enjoyable weather in the forecast for your weekend. live look at san jose. mostly blue sky, over san jose. mostly around the bay area, even the coast waking up with sun this morning. a look at the radar. a few high clouds, this over the ridge of high plussor starting to build and as it does push that storm track to the north. you can see a few sprinkles trying to pass over the north this will be what we see for the weekend as the ridge of high pressure controls the weather. warmer weather on the way. a northerly flow set up and that will keep a few low clouds off the coast. waking up with mostly clear skies, temperatures slightly warmer than the seasonal norm.
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outside right now a cool start, 49 fairfield. 48napa. upper 40s in san jose. chilly outside as well. we will start to see that turn around and by nine, ten we are feeling good. get in to the afternoon, feeling even better. 80 degrees for santa rosa. 77 san rafael. by the water, 74 for you. 74 in berkeley. upper 70s for danville. 79 livermore. into the south bay 75 for santa clara. 70 a long the peninsula. 76 palo alto. for san mateo i want to fast forward. a big event on wednesday. talk about halloween. maybe world series game. we he have rain in the forecast. you can see it's over northern california by the evening hours, looks like it could go over the bay area. could day with scattered showers in the forecast until thursday. we will track that for you between now and then.
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let's enjoy the weekend. upper 70's low 80s for the warmer spots, slightly cooler on monday. the cooling trend lasting into wednesday when that responsibility of rain moves our way. back to the desk. >> special audit underway in schools. how it's hoping to hold schools responsible for bullying. >> and a live look outside right now. that is the east shore freeway interstate 880. traffic pick approximating up for saturday morning right now. the cal bears are on the road so no worries about that traffic. they are playing utah today. card hassles?
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. good morning. a live look from the camera this morning over the estuary. cool conditions, mild to warm for the afternoon. >> a teen girl suffered critical injuries in a double shooting in san francisco's bayview trick. police say she and a man were shot around nine last night on thomas avenue. they were taken to the hospital and police say the man's injuries aren't life threatening. >> classmates and friends are mourning the death of a richmond girl found dead along
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the san mateo county coast. she was considered a run away when she was reported missing last month. they say she ran away back in april. she was found sunday at the beach. she was a senior at albany high school where she is being remembered as a star student. >> she tutored me last year in chemistry. i didn't know anything and then she was like helping me throughout the whole process. >> a facebook page has been created in her memory. the coroner said it'll take about two weeks to confirm how she died but there are no signs of foul play. >> the mayor of oakland is weighing in on an investigation into questionable spending by port of oakland officials . the mayor's comments came after an investigation showed the international marketing manager spent $550 on a business meeting at a bar known for
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offering customers a supposed love connection. >> a texted howard jordon when we were at the eoc and we will look into it. >> an investigation found officials spent $4,500 at a strip club and other questionable expenses. >> more clashes between government troops and rebels in syria despite a temporary cease fire. shelling attacks and gun fire in the northern province and near the capitol. the fighting comes a day after attacks left more than 100 people dead. the arab lead had a cea se fire to mark a holiday. 18 people were killed in iraq today. a bombing near a playground killed four children. a bomb killed five pilgrims
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going to a shrine. thousands of muslims celebrated the holiday at santa clara county fairgrounds. the holiday honors abraham and his willingness to sacrifice his son to god. many said it was a time to reconnect with family and for prayer. >> sometimes you get lost. you kind of like lost touch. this is where agitato get in touch. >> events to mark the holiday were held at fremont's central park. >> for the first time an audit addressing bullying in schools is underway in california though the results won't be known for months. it was pushed for in the wake of lie profile bullying cases. it's the first of it's kind and will look at how well schools and districts are putting in
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new laws. >> to see if they know what the rules are. and actually talk to students and parents to see if they understand what their rights are. >> in the meantime the mother of a girl being beaten in this video in vallejo in april said her daughter is still recovering. she is trying to gather 500,000 signatures to take that to congress. she is fighting to get restitution and will be in court neck monday. one arizona town has good reason to feel proud of its team and it has nothing to do with its record. the quarterback carson jones decided to get involved when a girl with a brain disorder was bullied. he invited her to eat lunch with the team and made it a point to look out for her. the 16-year-old said the protection of the football team has made a big difference and she is no longer bullied. >> a 3-year-old in san diego is recovering after being struck by a stun gun. it happened yesterday afternoon
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when officers were chasing a shoplifting suspect in a busy mall marking lot. they say the child was on a bench nearby when officers tried to taser the suspect. one of the barbs hit the child. she was a little shaken but is expected to be okay. >> a city is two days enforcing new rules to end indecent activities at massage parlors. they met therapists to talk about the new rules. >> it would turn your stomach to see what was going on. >> i'm glad that the police department is enforcing this. >> police say undercover officers were offered more than massa, ages and found customers included sex offenders.
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one club may get its last call get down. they want to put in a curfew for vice ultra lounge. it would have to stop serving alcohol at 11 instead of the current time of 1:15. it would be reviewed after 90 days. they say it's had to many permit violations. >> seems like there is just an app for everything now. what about one that actually delivers beer to your front door? the convenience that is causing controversy. . >> beautiful fall like weather in the forecast for your weekend. i will take a look at what you can expect for your neighborhood. çsk
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. harry reid is out of the hospital after a car crash in las vegas. want to show you shots of the crash that happened yesterday. officials from the nevada senator's office said that reid suffered minor injuries. he was taken to the hospital as a precaution. the hicle was rear-ended in a chain reaction crash involving six other vehicles. >> eight billboards in the area that offer voters a chance to win a gun are raising eyebrows this he say anyone who shows up at the store with a
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voting sticker will be put in a raffle but that's illegal. >> everybody needed to talk among each other and learn. >> the gun store owner who put up the billboard said he just wanted gun owners ovalled but after being contacted he has changed the offer. he now said anyone who owns a gun can enter that contest regardless of if they vote. >> there seems to be an app for everything and now one that will get beer delivered to your door but it's a convenience that's causing controversy. the creator said it's in response to consumer demand to make purchases on mobile destroyings but some say -- devices but some say it could be a problem for those battling abuse. >> it means misolation which is what people do with addition
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issues and then the ability for people underage to access alcohol. >> online retailers make home deliveries of beer and wine. >> golden gate rec area is turning 40 today. the park stretches more than 80,000 acres in marin, san francisco and san mate. it'll honor the park founders and families and feature special exhibits. >> washington state in town to take on stanford. people going to the games, san jose, palo alto. >> its going to be a great day. we will start, great afternoon with mostly clear skies, temperatures in the upper 60's to upper 70's around the bay area. slightly warm for this time of year but good-looking around the board. upper 40s to lower 50s. we will see that change the next hour or so and we are
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feeling good-bye lunchtime. we are talking upper 60's, low 70's for the forecast. nice day in the forecast. nice weekend. mostly sunny, warmer conditions, forecasted highs, 60's at the coast. 70s and near 80 inland. 80 for you santa rosa. 80 concord80 for morgan hill. 76 redwood city. 73 haywood. 74 oakland. 71 san francisco. the extended forecast a great day to get outside. maybe boo at the zoo, maybe a harvest festival. plenty of sun. may even need the sun block. that's a good idea. temperatures will hold steady. a cooling trend on monday and then by halloween showers in the forecast. i'm going to bring you the latest on that rain model coming up. >> new information this morning in the search for possible victims of the speed freak killers. when authorities say they will be at the site where thousands
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of pope pieces have been found. >> and 4th of july celebrations up in the air. what the park commission is recommending and how it could impact your plans. we are coming back in just a couple minutes.
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. >> it's as dangerous as the ocean gets. >> kind of scary. preparing for the worst. how people along the east coast are bracing themselves for an already deadly storm. >> plus, a car flipped onto its roof in san francisco. what led up to that crash and what police are now looking for. >> and after a strong start at home, the giants hoping to keep that momentum alive in detroit today. how the team is preparing for game 3 at the world series. . good morning, everyone. welcome to mornings on 2. it's saturday, october 27th. i'm mike mibach. >> i'm claudine wong. rosemary has been busy today, tracking the hurricane on the east coast and the nice weekend weather we have here. >> hard to complain about the weather here. we are off to a bit of a cool start under mostly clear skies. sunshine probably pouring inside your window this morning. we'll keep the sunshine. temperatures will be warming up, above the seasonal average in some cases. then in the extended forecast,
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in time for halloween, wet weather to talk about. i'll show you the time line on the rain, show you the numbers for today, coming up. and new this morning, a woman was badly hurt after a bizarre shooting and car crash overnight in san francisco's western addition. it happened around 3:30 at pierce and ellis. police say the victim was trying to park her car, when someone started firing, hitting her twice in the chest. the gunfire caused the woman to accelerate and her car flipped over. police say they are reviewing surveillance footage in the hopes of identifying the shooter. one person has been rushed to the hospital after being shot in the chest outside a halloween party in hayward. it happened around 11:00 last night on depot road. police say someone in a car opened fire just outside the party, which was being held at a warehouse. officers say most of the guests at the party were teenagers. >> based on the people that we came in contact, appears that the majority were juveniles, or young adults, 17, 18-year-olds. >> the victim's condition has
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not been released. police in vallejo say they have arrested a man in connection with three arsons, including a fire at the law offices of vallejo. maude love is accused of setting the mayor's office on fire, responsible for arsons at the taylor chapel and the former cooley mortuary. davis says he met love nine years ago when his firm considered handling the probate for love's mother. >> i met him in the process of handling his mother's estate. >> davis says love tried to sue him at one point, but the lawsuit was thrown out. the san francisco chronicle is reporting love has a history of mental illness. we are learning more this morning about the two teenagers arrested for the brutal killing of a castro valley woman. this is the mug shot of the 18-year-old suspect. the other teen arrested, 16-year-old christian birdsaul, the two accused of strangling
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58-year-old barbara latchlay, who was inside her castro valley home last week. police say after the killing, the teens set the house on fire. investigators say the two knew the victim's boyfriend was out of town and originally set out to burglarize the home. police say they hid in the yard, waiting for latchlay to leave. but after several hours, they grew impatient and went inside. >> when they made the decision to go in the house, they had made the decision to go in and kill her. >> investigators say the pair stole guns and jewelry and left in the victim's car. a hearing was held for both suspects yesterday. neither of them entered a plea. both teenagers are being tried as adults. the giants taking their show on the ride and ryan vogelsong will take the mound tonight in game 3 at detroit's comerica park. the right-hander has been the giants' most effective starter in the series, winning twice against the cardinals and allowing just one run in the giants win in cincinnati.
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the fire department at sfo, check that out, how's that for a departure send-off, spraying water over the plane that took off yesterday morning for detroit. now the mayor's office is working with major league baseball to televise the potential series clincher at civic center plaza, just like they did in 2010. and there's also a possibility of a big celebration on the streets. >> we're going to coordinate as a city to pull something off very quickly, but nobody wants to talk about it yet because we don't want to jinx ourselves. >> no one's talking. at&t is providing a truck for extra cell phone service in case large groups of people get together. likely to happen. some 7000 people watched on the big screen outside city hall as the giants won the world series in texas two years ago, and more than a million people welcomed them on home. our coverage of game 3 of the world series starts this afternoon at 33:30, all following college football. the first pitch, set for 5:07 our time, right here, of course, on ktvu channel 2. well, the storm turning out
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in the atlantic, sandy was upgraded to hurricane strength again this morning and it poses a serious threat for the east coast early next week. sandy knocked down trees and power lines as it passed through florida. the storm is expected to collide with two other weather systems when it hits the east coast, creating a monstrous storm. the hurricane has already killed more than 40 people in the caribbean. people along the east coast are preparing for the worst with hurricane sandy. experts say the storm could be stronger than irene, which caused more than $15 billion in damages last year. strong winds from the hurricane could be felt as far as 100 miles away. and several governors of different states have declared a state of emergency. >> going to be high winds and rain, so you'll have debris around the house. travel plans should be adjusted accordingly. >> winds are reported to be up to 75 miles per hour. just hours ago, the hurricane
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was downgraded to a tropical storm, but it's gained strength and reached hurricane status yet again. national airlines are helping travelers out in the wake of hurricane sandy, saying they will waive fees of customers who want to reschedule their flights. the major airlines say they won't charge the typical fee of $150 for passengers flying monday through wednesday this week, or next week, covering those flying in or out of just about any airport from latin america up to new hampshire. the storm is also impacting the political world. coming up at 9:15, what this means for the president and republican challenger mitt romney, as they head into the final days before the election. . good morning to you. giving you a live look here at the golden gate, a peek into the north bay. blue skies overhead. mostly clear skies around the region, and plenty of sunshine expected for today. want to head back to the east coast for a moment, because hurricane sandy already causing trouble over the carolinas.
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winds at 75 miles per hour, remaining offshore, and will continue offshore through the weekend. but it is moving at this moment in northeasterly track, about 9 miles per hour. it eventually will curve to the west. that's when we could really see some trouble. but from south carolina into north carolina, the rain is falling over parts of the coast, up to 3 inches expected for today. the winds, 20 to 25 miles per hour. i backed this up a little bit to the bad news, in addition to a sizable hurricane, we have a cold core system that is going to be pushing east. the two of these, sandy and this storm, will be colliding. and as they do, it's bad news for areas between new york and washington, dc, and it's going to last several days, could be fairly widespread. let's take a look at the track of sandy. through the weekend, going to run parallel to the coast, northeasterly direction. then it moves west. we have a system out over a pattern over the atlantic that will prevent sandy from continuing a northeast track. and that's why we, again, expect it to move west.
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looks like by monday night into tuesday, power outages are expected across the eastern seaboard and that could last for days. we're talking a very strong storm surge, rain anywhere from 10 to 12 inches, snow, wind gusts to 80 miles per hour. it's going to be a mess. again, we'll be tracking that for you. coming back home, ridge of high pressure building in, pushing our storm track to the north and we have a warming trend in store for your weekend. now, i mentioned a moment ago the possibility of rain coming in, perked your ears up a bit. let me show you what happens here. through the weekend, no troubles. that storm, well to the north of us. but by tuesday, notice we do begin a little bit of a pattern change. by wednesday, we're mostly cloudy. by wednesday night, scattered showers appear and the models look to bring it just in time for halloween evening, lasting through thursda we'll be watching that for you between now and then. meanwhile, back to the here and now, 055 degrees santa rosa, 56 in concord. temperatures starting to warm. some of us slipped into the upper 40s earlier this morning, but feeling pretty good at this hour, and the highs for the
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afternoon, quite nice. 80 degrees for santa rosa this afternoon. 80 degrees for concord. 70s around the bay. 71 san francisco. low 70s in oakland. the extended forecast there, beautiful weather through the weekend. partly cloudy skies on monday. the cooling trend begins. that chance for rain comes on wednesday. back to the desk. and there's a little bit of hockey for you. we've been talking about the sharks not getting home games, certainly affecting businesses down in the south bay. we'll talk about that a little later on. we want to talk about the san mateo bridge, if we can, at 9:09 this morning. there's video of the work that was under way last weekend when they shut down the bridge. remember, that's not going to happen this weekend, but they will be laying closures overnight. two westbound lanes closed from 11:00 tonight to 9:00 tomorrow morning. two eastbound lanes will close at 12:01 a.m. new this morning, in about 50 minutes, apple will open a new and improved store in palo alto. the two-story building on
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university avenue is a couple blocks away from its previous location. you can expect to see new product displays, more training and workshop sections and a larger genius bar to help customers who need help. the first thousand people there today will get t-shirts. one version of the ipad mini has already sold out, with online preorders. the white model of the mini sold out just minutes after preorders began at 12:00 a.m. yesterday morning. what that means is that shipping is going to be delayed by another two weeks. the black ipad mini is still available for preorder, and it is expected to ship by november 2nd, same day the mini ipads will arrive in stores. as claudine mentioned, the national hockey league has canceled all games through november. that means no matter when the league and players union come to an agreement, a full season of games will not be played. it's another hit to san jose. the sharks have lost 21 games in the lockout, 11 are home games. many downtown businesses and the city of san jose rely on game days to generate revenue and they already missed out on 11 of
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them. have you checked your credit score lately? >> if you haven't checked out your credit score recently, you should. >> what the president says he is going to do to help families struggling to pay their bills. >> plus, if you notice a lot of law enforcement in alameda county today, don't be alarmed. it's just a drill. what they are hoping to accomplish and how you can get an up-close look at the future tool to fight crime. >> but first, let's take you outside. there's a look at the bay bridge toll plaza this morning. sun is shining, a little bit of a slowdown, if you're paying cash and don't have a fast track transponders to get you through. we are getting word of a hit and run accident on the 7th street off ramp in san francisco, blocking the slow lane. if you are headed into the city, keep an eye out for that. time now, 9:11, you're watching mornings on 2.
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president obama's campaign had no plans to cancel his trips to new hampshire today. the president did move up, though, a planned trip to orlando to sunday. president obama devoted his weekly video address to a consumer watch dog group he helped create to protect people's credit scores. >> the companies that put your credit score together can make mistakes. they may think you had a loan or a credit card that was never yours. they may think you were late making a payment, when you were on time. and when they mess up, you are the one who suffers. >> the president says if you have a complaint about your credit score, you can tell the consumer watch dog group about it at consumerfinance.gov/complaint. [ crowd cheering ] republican vice presidential candidate paul ryan began a two-day trip through ohio this morning. he spoke at a rally at a construction equipment company in philadelphia. the wisconsin congressman told the crowd president obama has not revived the economy, but mitt romney can, because he
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knows how to create jobs. new software will allow americans living overseas to cast an electronic ballot in the november election. a technology-based company in spain says its software will allow ballots to be sent electronically to u.s. citizens living overseas. voters fill the ballot out online, then send them to a u.s. territory by traditional mail or e-mail. >> it's very important to be able to vote from here. i've been doing it for the past 10 years or so, and it's always been difficult and now it's getting easier, and with the system that we have developed, it's quite easy. >> the company says it has also developed electronic voting technology for elections in france, india and australia and other countries. maricopa county in arizona made a costly printing mistakes, telling spanish speaking voters on about 2000 book marks and mailers that the date of the upcoming election is november 8th instead of the 6th. the elections department will
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now spend $30,000 printing new flyers and buying ads on spanish language tv and radio stations alerting voters of the mistake. officials say the misprinting was not intentional. eight billboards in the atlanta area that offer voters a chance to win a gun are raising some eyebrows this morning. the billboards say anyone who shows up at smear in a's adventure outdoors with a voting sticker will be entered in a raffle for a rifle or pistol. the gun store owner, who put up the billboard, says he's just trying to get gun owners involved in the political process. but after being contacted by election officials, he modified his offer. he now says anyone who owns a gun can enter the contest, regardless of whether they vote. eleven people are arrested in indonesia, and they are suspected of planning various terrorist attacks on domestic and foreign targets, including the u.s. and australian embassies. indonesian police say the suspects were arrested yesterday and authorities seized bombs and explosive-making materials. police say the group had plans
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to target the u.s. embassy in jakarta and the plaza near the australian embassy. it is unclear when the attacks were planned to take place. . happening now, in just a few minutes, the alameda county sheriff's department is expected to give the public a look at a new drone it wants to add to its force. ktvu's allie rasmus is live in dublin with more on the unveiling and the controversy behind it. allie? >> reporter: we are outside the alameda county sheriff's office in dublin, and about 15 minutes from now, they are supposed to reveal some details about the department wanting to buy what's called an unmanned aerial system, otherwise known as a drone. now, the alameda county sheriff's office is looking to use possibly grant money to buy one of these unmanned planes. they say they need it to help monitor large crowds in events, search for bombs, hazardous materials, and search for marijuana grows. but the move has raised some concerns, privacy concerns from various groups, including the electronic freedom foundation and the aclu of northern
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california. some groups would like the sheriff to explain in more detail about why the department needs this drone. now, again in, 15 minutes here at sheriff's office in dublin, they are supposed to have some more details about this drone that they would like to purchase and we will be going inside, hopefully asking them questions about it and we'll bring that to you at 9:45. live in dublin, allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2news. san ramon's fireworks show may not return next year if a city commission gets its way. san ramon's parks and community services commission is recommending the city skip the fireworks next summer and have a fun run and concert instead. commissioners said they are concerned about the cost of the fireworks show, as well as public safety. time now, 9:19. new information this morning surrounding the speed freak killer's case. what authorities think they will return to the well where dozens of bone fragments have already been recovered. >> pleasant weather on the horizon for your weekend. i'll have a look at your numbers, coming up.
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. we do have new information in the case of the speed freak killers. the sheriff of san joaquin county has requested another dig for victims' remains. sheriff steve moore asked the county board of supervisors yesterday to set money aside for a new excavation in lyndon. that's where thousands of bone fragments of potential victims have already been recovered. we are learning more this morning about a nanny accused of
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stabbing two young children to death on new york city's upper westside. the "new york times" reports yasolyn ortega had set on hard times. she became increasingly withdrawn in recent months, according to friends, and was avoiding eye contact. >> she's a naturalized citizen. she has been employed by the family for approximately two years. she was referred to them by another family. >> the children's mother, marina krimm found the toddlers thursday night in a bathtub. the family had moved to new york from san francisco about two years ago after kevin krimm left his job at yahoo!. police in southern california released the name of a suspect in a deadly shooting free near los angeles. 30-year-old jay douglas harris was booked into jail last night. harris has a criminal record, including firearm possession, robbery and burglary.
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police say harris went into a business wednesday to buy a camaro that was listed on craigslist. when he arrived, he pulled out a gun, demanded the keys, and started firing shots. three people were killed and two others were injured. a 3-year-old girl in san diego is recovering this morning after being struck by a stun gun. it happened yesterday afternoon when officers were chasing a shoplifting suspect in a busy mall parking lot. officers say the child was sitting on a bench nearby and when officers tried to tase the suspect, one of the barbs hit the child. the girl was a little shaken up, but, as you can see there, she is expected to be okay. time now, 9:24. let's check in with rosemary and see how we are looking for this last saturday of october. >> i'm all smiles! >> all smiles. >> if you like 70s and sunshine, you are good to go. if you're going to the stanford game this afternoon, 76 degrees. mostly clear skies over the region, calm conditions. a bit of a cool start, but warmer than yesterday by several degrees in some cases. we have a north flow, northwesterly breeze off the
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coast, keeping any coastal cloud cover way off coast. and we've got mostly clear skies around the region, even picking up a northeasterly breeze, a light one over parts of, looks like near the golden gate bridge and perhaps near alameda and oakland. temperatures for the noon time, widespread 60s to low 70s in the forecast. again, a good feeling day. into the afternoon, some of us will warm to 80 degrees. santa rosa, 80 for today. concord, morgan hill, 80 degrees for you. widespread 70s around the bay. 76 in san jose. 71 in san francisco. upper 60s, mostly sunny skies in pacifica. santa cruz, 70s and sunny skies. there's the extended forecast. a warming trend continuing into sunday. temperatures will bump up a bit, but then we begin the cooling trend early next week. partly cloudy skies turning to mostly cloudy skies. i do see scattered showers in the forecast for halloween wednesday. back to you. well, if you are looking for something to do this weekend in the spirit of halloween, how cute is that little one?
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the san francisco and oakland zoos are holding their annual boo at the zoo event. there will be trick-or-treat stations throughout the zoo, costume parade, spooky stories, crafts and face painting. the event begins at 10:00 a.m. today and tomorrow in both locations. arnold schwarzenegger is reprizing the role that launched his film. conan the barbarian and its sequel brought in more than $70 million at the box office and made schwarzenegger a star. schwarzenegger has confirmed he has agreed to play the character again in a new film. schwarzenegger returned to acting after ending his term as california governor last year. two years ago. >> two years ago. the san francisco giants are hoping to keep their momentum alive. our sports reporter is in detroit this morning with a preview of today's game. >> plus, oakland police getting extra help to fight crime. we'll tell you which agency is offering up some of their officers for help.
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. a car accident in san francisco turns into a crime scene investigation. good morning, everyone. welcome back to mornings on 2. it's saturday, october 27th. i'm mike mibach. >> and i'm claudine wong. your time now, 9:29. here's a look at top stories we are following this morning. a woman is in the hospital after a bizarre shooting and car crash overnight in san francisco. it all happened on pierce street at ellis just before 4:00 this morning. police say the victim was trying to park her car, when someone
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started firing shots, hitting her twice in the chest. police in sally have arrest add man in connection with arsons. 44-year-old maude love of vallejo is accused of setting the mayor's law office on fire back on september 29th. and hurricane sandy is making its way north, with wind speeds of up to 75 miles per hour. several governors have already declared a state of emergency. sandy is expected to collide with two other weather systems when it hits the east coast, creating a monstrous halloween storm. well, it's game day for the san francisco giants. two wins away from their second world series in three years. ktvu's own fred ingoods gus joins us by phone now. you have a big day ahead. hope you had a big breakfast! >> reporter: yeah, i had a banana. we're on i-75 right now. it's cloudy, gray, 52 degrees
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outside. it's going to be probably in the low 30s by late in this ball game. but it's baseball, baby! >> it is baseball. hey, i want to talk about pablo sandoval. he had obviously that historic game, game 1. game 2, he went 1 for 3, had a walk. seemed like they pitched around him a bit. and the ball park is kind of big, similar to at&t park f you're jim leland, how do you pitch pablo sandoval the next couple games? >> reporter: he's the best bad ball hitter in the world! >> that's true. >> reporter: he hit three homeruns and none of them were strikes. maybe it's right down the middle. i don't know. pablo, you know, it's incredible to think about it. he's got six homeruns total in the post season. he had just 12 all year! so he's, he's just one of those guys that you can't describe, you can't define, because he will hit anything that you throw at him and he manages to get the meat of the bat on it.
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so he, he's a weapon right now and he's never been hotter than he is right now. >> and another weapon i think right now also that people have been talking about is the giants' defense. i mean, just executing. you mentioned it earlier on mornings on 2. blanco had those big catches in game 1. game 2, at the plate to get prince fielder. giants keep playing defense like they are, you can't beat them, seems like, fred! >> reporter: well, they are not beating themselves. that's the thing. they have won five straight games and they have done it better just being a fundamentally sound team. that's of course on defense, as you mentioned. by the way, that was a great play by marco scutaro, second baseman coming all the way over there to actually catch the ball that was overthrown by blanco, or trying to get to the shortstop crawford and overthrew crawford and scutaro was right there to make it look like it was a perfect throw. then he made just a scene to buster posey. but offensively, they are
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fundamentally sound. they are walking when they have to take the walk. and that perfect bunt by greg blanco in game 2, you know, hitting opposite field when they have to. right now, they are just so confident and believe in each other that they figure, i don't have to win the game. i mean, think about this. they are the lowest in homerun totals in the major leagues this year. so they are not expecting to hit, you know, away for the three-run homerun. they are manufacturing runs. >> new ball park, new rules. got the dh. what are you hearing, fred? you've been on the ground there almost 24 hours. is it pablo, hector sanchez? what are you hearing? >> reporter: well, that's what i have heard. i thought it would be a no-brainer. i think we talked earlier this morning that i thought it would be pablo taking the dh and putting joaquin aireous at third base. i talked to a guy from "usa today" and he seems to think, and i think bochy's about to announce it officially. i think he's holding back a little bit here. now it seems like hector sanchez, the young catcher,
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backup catcher, who is pretty good offensively. i think he, you know, he showed his rookie skills as a catcher in the post season. i don't think they will put him back there. but he can swing the bat, too. he's a little bit like pablo in that he manages to, if i see the ball, i'm going to hit it. >> then you gotta hope that buster doesn't get hurt, right? >> yeah, that's right. yeah. well, that's the case. but, yeah, this is the incredible thing, too. you look at this team, everyone says, well, when's bust ergoing to bust out? it doesn't matter right now. everyone else is doing it. >> fred, i would love to talk to you more, but i'm getting the the old wrap here. we look forward to your reports tonight from detroit and thank you for joining us right here on mornings on 2. don't forget, our coverage of game 3 of the world series starts this afternoon at 3:30, right after college football. the first pitch, set for 5:07 our time, right here on ktvu channel 2. well, with the city in the
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world series spotlight, people from all over may decide to pay san francisco a visit, because check out the views they have been looking at! millions of television viewers treated to beauty shops like this one. the chamber of commerce expects more visitors. tourists spent $8.5 million in san francisco last year. one poll found 98% of visitors want to come back. special lights, lenses and filters give landmarks in san francisco an orange glow for october at night. what about coit tower, a lot of work goes into changing those colors. >> there's about 40 par lights up there, different size lenses, some shoot farther to get up farther, somewhere closer to get the bottom. >> well, that's the sound of the generator, because they need a generator to pump the extra power to keep those lights going at coit tower. the embarcadero and other notable buildings will be lit in
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giants orange at night, at least through the month of october. and happening now, people who live on treasure island, there's a warning this morning. boil your tap water because there was a water main break. health officials say that drinking tap water which has not been boiled could lead to intestinal illness. the boil water order is expected to be in effect until monday morning. if you live on the island, you are not affected. police in oakland responded to two shootings overnight. the most recent one happened just before 12:30 on allen dale and octavia streets. two groups of people got into a shootout, according to police, firing as many as 30 times at each other. two people were taken to the hospital with nonlife threatening injuries. so far, no arrests have been made and police say witnesses are not cooperating. just about 45 minutes earlier, another person was hit by gunfire on 10th and center streets. police say an armed man was seen driving away from the scene. no arrests have been made in this case either. the victim was taken to the hospital with nonlife
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threatening wounds. in overnight news, firefighters work to put out a one-alarm fire in oakland. it happened on 84th avenue at international just before 11:00 p.m. last night. the fire burnt a converted garage. no one was hurt, but we still do not know how that fire started. that fire is still under investigation. well, there was a big scare during richmond high school's homecoming dance last night. the school was locked down after shots were fired just a block away from campus. police say the shooting followed an altercation between two groups of teenagers. no one was hurt. and none of the suspects involved were students. a lockdown lasted just about 30 minutes. thousands of people packed the sacramento area church to remember a mother and her two children allegedly killed by a family member. 5000 people attended a memorial yesterday at bethany slavic church in rancho cordova for a 23-year-old alina bukansav, her 3-year-old daughter and 2-year-old son. prosecutors say her brother-in-law stabbed the family to death.
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the motive is under investigation. prosecutors have not decided whether to seek the death penalty. classmates and friends are mourning the death of a richmond girl who was found dead along the san mateo coast. 16-year-old kathy chewy was considered a runaway last month. her body was found sunday at the sangre gore yo beach. she was a senior at albany high school, where she is being remembered as a good student. >> she was really, really helpful. i didn't know anything and then she was tutoring me throughout the whole process. >> a facebook page has been created in her memory. the coroner says it will take two weeks to confirm the cause of death, but say at this point there are no signs of foul play. police in campbell have caught a suspected serial bank robber, thanks to a ktvu viewer. police say a tip from that viewer led them to 43-year-old tony of campbell. investigators say he is the same
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man seen in these pictures from a bank surveillance camera. police say they have evidence linking him to six bank robberies that were committed in santa clara county in the past two months. they say the so-called beanie bandit did not display a. we he just gave tellers a note. the california highway patrol will be joining the oakland police force to help patrol the streets of oakland and it could all start as soon as thursday. >> what we'll do, we'll go out there and it's always if you have, like, a high profile visibility, is more of a reduction or also likelihood of crime not occurring. >> oakland police and the highway patrol announced that partnership yesterday at a press conference. the chp says it will have some officers work overtime to help patrol. the two agencies have teamed up before from 2007 to 2010, as part of a gang reduction task force. the head of california's crowded prison system has announced he is stepping down for a new position. matthew kate announced he will now become the executive director of the california state association of counties.
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a year ago, brown signed a law to reduce the state's inmate population to save money. it's now up to kate to help counties find ways to deal with an increased number of prisoners and parolees. good morning to you. giving you a live shot here over the north bay, beautiful rolling hills, blue skies overhead, blue skies across from the coast into the valleys this morning. plenty of sunshine in store for your day. satellite and radar here, let me show you what's going on. storm track to the north of us, ridge of high pressure building in. as it does, going to continue to push that moisture stream and leave it. we've got a little bit of light rain, you can see popping up over california. we may see a few high clouds spill over the ridge. outside of that, we have dry, warmer weather in store for your weekend. i want to take you into the next few days, though, because we do have rain on its way back and looks like by halloween. so here we are, the weekend, no problem. by tuesday, though, the pattern begins to change. the rain line is beginning to
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shift south just a little bit, and in time for the wednesday evening trick-or-treaters, the possibility of scattered showers in the forecast. we could be wet through thursday, also with game 6 of the world series to enjoy. we'll be tracking the possibility of rain. for the weekend, we've got nice weather in store. highs, seasonal to slightly above the average. dry forecast, rain remaining to the north of us. outside this morning, temperatures are up over yesterday morning by a few degrees. cool start in some areas, beginning to see temperatures turn around. 55 in napa. 62 antioch. 52 livermore. low 0s in san jose. early morning drive or trek to the farmers market, a little cool. again, temperatures are beginning to warm and we'll feel pretty good by noon time and then for the afternoon. 78 for petaluma today. 77 for san rafael. 74 for sausalito. 73 expected in alameda for the
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afternoon. upper 70s for danville. 80 degrees for antioch. santa clara valley, 75. 76 for san jose. 76 in redwood city. palo alto, if you're going to the stanford game this afternoon, nice, mild to warm. 71 in san francisco. 60s at the coast with mostly sunny skies. extended forecast, not a lot of change for tomorrow. perhaps slightly warmer for the inland areas. and then as we get into monday, we begin the cooling trend with partly cloudy skies and a chance for wet weather arrives on wednesday. i'll have a look at your lunchtime numbers, coming up. well, some sierra resorts are open for business. boreal ski resort opened yesterday and attendance numbers were a lot higher than expected. the storm moved through the sierra earlier this week, dumping enough snow to start the snow-making operation. boreal will be open today and again tomorrow. then the resort will decide if
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conditions are good enough to stay open next week. two more chipmunks and three squirrels have been tested for the plague. the first case was discovered earlier this month. officials are telling visitors to use caution while at tahoe area parks. rangers posted signs in affected areas. federal officials say low ease at the massachusetts pharmacy tied to the deadly meningitis outbreak knew there was contamination, but didn't investigate or correct the problem. the food & drug administration went through the new england compounding center's records and found four dozen reports of potential contamination stretching back to january. steroid injections made by that pharmacy have been tied to an outbreak of fungal meningitis. 25 people have died and more than 300 have gotten sick. an update this morning on a bay area girl who was bullied online. where her case is now headed and the bullying audit now under way for the first time in california
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schools. . >> but first, let's take you outside on the 101 in san francisco. and it is busy this morning, as people head out to enjoy this nice saturday morning. word of an accident up in st. helena. not a major roadway, but still an accident out there this morning. 9:44 on the clock. you're watching mornings on 2.
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. good morning to you. a live look there from emeryville. a sweeping view of the bay area. a few clouds overhead, mostly sunny skies in the weekend forecast. happening right now, alameda county sheriff's department is showing off a new surveillance drone they want to add to their
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force. ktvu's allie rasmus joins us live from dublin this morning, where she got an up-close look at the drone. >> reporter: this is it right here behind us. it's called an unmanned aerial system, otherwise known as a drone. and this is one of the things that the alameda county sheriff's office is thinking about buying. it's going to do a little demonstration for us here. when we say drone, you think of an unmanned military-style plane. this thing is very different. it's about 2 feet wide, less than a foot tall, and it's got four propellers around it. this thing can go about a mile from the location where it's being controlled. you can see it soaring up above us. it's really space-age looking. this is where they are controlling it from. it's this monitor here. that device has a camera on top and the picture is transmitting, comes through to this monitor here and it's being controlled by these joy sticks, almost like a game console. now, this thing will cost about $40,000 for the alameda county sheriff's office. here to tell us about why it's
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needed, what it could be used for, sergeant jd nelson with alameda county sheriff's office. what would it be used for? >> we would use it for many different types of missions, squat callouts, bomb callouts. any time a person would have a firearm in a yard, we would use that. search and rescue missions, where we have to search vast areas. we get a lot of problems with the windmills, hard to get a patrol car in those areas, very easy to deploy one of these out of the trunk of a car. >> good to cover a lot of ground from above? >> right. just gives you an eye in the sky. it's not meant for random patrolling of streets in alameda county. it's meant for mission-specific details. >> reporter: and that brings me to my next question. some groups, electronic freedom foundation, aclu, have expressed privacy concerns with this sort of device. what do you say to people who are concerned about privacy with this thing flying overhead? >> well, again, it would be for mission-specific events. so if a person has a firearm in
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an area, i don't think people are going to be too upset if we fly this over that. we already have robots that are unmanned. we don't run those down the street surveilling people. again, this is for specific event. and we believe it just makes everybody in law enforcement safer. >> reporter: how is it different from a helicopter? would this replace the helicopter you have? >> well, certainly far cheaper than a helicopter, and quite honestly, these are already being used in the bay area by some news organizations, just for that reason. they are cheaper and they can be immediately deployed. helicopter's $500 an hour. this is far cheaper. >> reporter: thank you very much, jd nelson with the alameda county sheriff's office. not our news organization, as far as i know! but this model does cost about $40,000 for public safety offices to purchase it and use it, and the alameda county sheriff's office is trying to find some grant money to make that purchase. if they do get the grant money and funding, they could get one of these as early as next year.
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live in dublin, allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2news. well, a teenage girl suffered critical injuries in a double shooting in san francisco's bayview district. police say the girl and a man were shot around 9:00 last night on thomas avenue near jennings. police say the man's injuries are not life threatening and no one has been arrested. the mayor of oakland is weighing in on a ktvu investigation into questionable spending by port of oakland officials. oakland mayor jean quan says she believes the port commission official she's nominated will change the culture at the port. her comments come after a ktvu investigation showed the port of oakland's international marketing manager spent $550 on a business meeting at a karaoke bar known for offering customers a love connection. >> i texted howard jordan when i saw the report last night, and we'll look into it. >> ktvu investigation also found port of oakland officials spent $4500 at a houston strip club
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and other questionable expenses. for the first time ever, an audit addressing bullying in schools is now under way, but the results won't be back for months. lawmaker ricardo laura pushed for the audit in the wake of high profile bullying cases. it's the first of it's kind audit. >> to see if the teachers even know what the rules are, know what the laws are, and actually talk to students and parents to see if they understand what their rights are. >> in the meantime, the mother of the girl being beaten in this video earlier this year in vallejo says her daughter is still recovering. she is now trying to gather 500,000 signatures on a petition that she's posted on change.org. shechts to take that to congress. she's also fighting to get restitution. she'll be in court on monday. san francisco city college -- the move will save the school $2 million as it copes with a $15 million shortfall and tries to save its accreditation, but it is facing strong opposition
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from the faculty. trustees voted unanimously to close burnle heights preschool and end summer hours at three other child centers. san francisco college has until march 15th to prove it should not lose its accreditation. an east bay city is two days from enforcing new rules designed to end indecent activity at massage parlors. such businesses must be licensed and registered by monday. city officials met with legal massage businesses to talk about new antiprostitution rules. the regulations come after police say they discovered prostitution at several massage businesses. well it, is time for our ticket saturday. today, you have a chance to win tickets to see barbra streisand when she comes to san jose. for your chance to win, go to ktvu.com before midnight and put in the secret word "people." >> barbra streisand live? beautiful. >> people. >> that's the word.
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that's the word. ktvu.com. more trouble for lance armstrong this morning. why one company is asking the cyclist to return millions of dollars. >> our morning temps are on the rise. how warm we expect to be for your afternoon, coming up.
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. a dallas promotions company that claims to have paid lance armstrong big bonuses wants the money back. a spokesman for sca promotions says they will send armstrong a letter on monday, demanding that he pay back more than $7 million in bonuses for winning the tour de france. the company officials say now those titles have been taken away, they think the money should be returned as well. a bay area youth baseball league has been operating with a revoked nonprofit status for more than two years. the contra costa times reports antioch's babe ruth league's nonprofit status was revoked in 2010 because it failed to return tax forms for three consecutive
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years. the league says it won't know what penalties will be levied until all paperwork is filed with the irs. league officials say they learned the news from someone in the city and announced it at an emergency board meeting on the 7th. you may have noticed special cameras being used during the world series broadcast. those cameras allow for images like this one to be played back in slow motion. for the world series, there are five of the cameras at at&t park ant and comerica park in detroit. >> the slow motion makes things slow and dramatic. everything seems like a movie when it's in slow motion. and that seems to really draw your attention to the emotion of the moment. >> well, a normal camera, just so you know, shoots 60 frames per second. these special cameras shoot as many as 18,500 frames per second. that's all in high-definition. time now, 8:56. we've got san jose state at home, stanford at home. how are we looking out there,
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rosemary? >> enjoyable forecast. outside this morning, mostly sunny skies, high clouds moving overhead. low 50s to 60s warming up. my mid time, low 60s to mid-70s around the coast and inland areas. for the afternoon, mid-60s at the coast. 70s around the bay, to near 80 degrees for the warmer areas. just going to feel nice out there. take a look at the afternoon highs. again, we've got 60s at the coast. santa cruz, 70s for the afternoon. 76 in redwood city. 76 at stanford today, 73 hayward. 80 degrees in concord. extended forecast, no gripes about the weekend, at least for most of us, right? sunshine, warm conditions. monday, we begin to see partly cloudy skies, a bit of a cooling trend. tuesday into wednesday, the bigger change, and those future models want to bring rain into the forecast just in time for halloween. maybe get out and enjoy those costume parades this weekend. >> lot of weekend activities to try to take advantage of it. thanks, rosemary. that is our report for this
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